Ski lift chairs sit idle at shuttered Soda Springs on Wednesday amid drought conditions that have forced several Tahoe ski resorts to close early due to lack of snow. As a result, ski resorts, hotel owners and others are scrambling to find new ways to attract tourists to the lake.
Ski lift chairs sit idle at shuttered Soda Springs on Wednesday amid drought conditions that have forced several Tahoe ski resorts to close early due to lack of snow. As a result, ski resorts, hotel owners and others are scrambling to find new ways to attract tourists to the lake. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Ski lift chairs sit idle at shuttered Soda Springs on Wednesday amid drought conditions that have forced several Tahoe ski resorts to close early due to lack of snow. As a result, ski resorts, hotel owners and others are scrambling to find new ways to attract tourists to the lake. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

Drought alters the face of Tahoe tourism

March 21, 2015 10:00 AM

UPDATED March 24, 2015 07:44 AM

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